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Ella Fitzgerald - Live in Cologne 1974 album mp3
  • Performer:
    Ella Fitzgerald
  • Title:
    Live in Cologne 1974
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  • Date of release:
    August 26, 2016
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    1921 megabytes
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    1581 megabytes
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    1132 megabytes
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Ella is a 1969 studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald and the first of two albums she recorded for the Warner Bros. This album continues the theme set on Fitzgerald's previous album, consisting in the main part of cover versions of popular songs from the late 1960s. The production of this recording was in the hands of Richard Perry, who had joined the Reprise label in 1967. Perry later went on the produce albums by Barbra Streisand and Diana Ross

Ella Fitzgerald's Live In Cologne 1974 is an original master concert recording from February 27, 1974 at the Sporthalle, Cologne. It was unreleased until being retrospectively released for the first time in 2016. Another release in WDR's The Cologne Broadcasts series, it was executively produced by Bernd Hoffmann, mastered by Dirk Franken with the vinyl cut by John Cremer.

Ella Fitzgerald: Live in Amsterdam 1957 & 1960. Ella Fitzgerald, Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra. The One and Only Legend.

Between 1935 and 1955 Ella Fitzgerald was signed to Decca Records. Fitzgerald continued recording with Webb until his death in 1939, after which the group was renamed Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra

Title Live in Cologne 1974. Author Ella Fitzgerald. Supplier WDR. EAN 5055551770273. One of only a few jazz vocal queens, Ella Fitzgerald (1917-1996) was an inspiring individual who, against all odds, rose from extreme poverty to fame thanks to her immense talents. In a world where female vocalists were usually beautiful stylized girls, Ella’s inimitable voice and indomitable sense of swing earned her a place above the rest and in almost no time she became the Chick Webb orchestra’s primary draw. From then on, she sang and recorded with many of the most important jazz figures and was revered as a living legend throughout the remainder of her life

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Ella Fitzgerald - Primary Artist

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Virtually every new Ella Fitzgerald concert is to be welcomed, and there has been an abundance in recent years with the wonderful Live in Paris set, the Amsterdam concert from 1961, and the CD/DVD of the North Sea Jazz Festival appearance from 1979. Live in Cologne finds Ella performing in 1974 backed by a quartet led by Tommy Flanagan. There are already quite a few concerts from this period, with the Santa Monica Civic concert from 1972, Newport 1973, Ronnie Scotts 1974, and Montreux 1975 among others. Here she is on fine form, although much of the repertoire is understandably also featured on those other concerts. There'll Never Be Another You hadn't been released on any Ella concert CD until the aforementioned 1979 North Sea Jazz Festival release a couple of years ago. Now we have two versions! Here, she uses it primarily just to settle into the concert, and she stumbles over the words at one point - although this is hardly unusual for Ella! The final song is Duke's Place, and not Now's the Time as written on the track listing.Ella is in better voice here than in the Ronnie Scott's album too, despite them both being recorded in the same calendar year. Here her vocal is much smoother. The main issue here is the sound. Not that it's bad, because it isn't. However, sometimes the band just doesn't seem quite loud enough in the mix, and there is the issue that there is a great deal of reverb on Ella's voice. I'm guessing this was on the original tapes as this is from a radio broadcast I believe However, it can be distracting until you get used to it. But, after a couple of songs, you do indeed get used to it.All in all, this is a nice addition to the Ella legacy. It's not essential, given the other concerts from the period already issued, but very nice to have all the same.